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My Week with Fake Lashes

I’m sure it comes as no surprise that, just like thousands of women out there, I’ve always wanted longer and thicker eyelashes. So, one day, I stopped wishing and decided to do something about it. I decided to try eyelash extensions. Look at any picture of a celebrity on a …

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Weekend Plans: Nov. 29-Dec. 2

Thursday Holiday Green Workshop Spread a little cheer this holiday season at Ladew Topiary Gardens. Guests are invited to volunteer by creating and selling holiday decorations during the annual Ladew Christmas Open House & Greens Sale. 3535 Jarrettsville Pike, free. ladewgardens.com. ‘A Wonder in My Soul’ Set to the backdrop …

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Base Camp Homebase Aims to Be the Perfect Co-Working Space

Homebase, a new progressive workspace for Baltimore’s freelancers, self-starters and gig workers, recently opened on Pratt Street, not far from the Baltimore Convention Center, and aims to bring a new spirit to the city’s DIY economy. What does that mean? Picture a contemporary, bright and modern office space outfitted with …

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Weekend Plans: Nov. 22-25

Thursday HAPPY THANKSGIVING FROM BALTIMORE STYLE! Friday Bazaart Holiday Art Market The American Visionary Art Museum’s annual one-of-a-kind holiday art market returns. Hundreds of original creations by regional artists and craftspeople will be showcased, including paintings, sculpture, paper crafts, metalwork, jewelry, textiles, mixed media and apparel, among other work. Jim …

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Respect the Fruitcake?

I always wondered who ate that one slice of fruitcake and what was wrong with them. Having fruitcake around is a tradition of sorts but it is a peculiar one. As a child I recall that my Aunt Ethel would make one of these every holiday. My parents would smile …

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A Serving of Community Event highlight four Jewish chefs, the work of The Associated

In difficult times, when traditional means of diplomacy and communication are ineffective, breaking bread together is still meaningful, said chef Michael Solomonov, a 2017 James Beard Award “Outstanding Chef” winner. “Food doesn’t lie,” Solomonov said. “It can be conflict, but is mostly commonality.” Solomonov spoke on Nov. 13 at The …

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Weekend Plans: Nov. 15-18

Thursday Sip and Paint Therapy: ‘Romare Bearden: Visionary Artist’ Experience this exhibition on yoga and art with a glass of wine or a smoothie. All supplies and one glass of wine will be included. Presented by LW Arts & Design and Aura’s Alchemy. Reginald F. Lewis Museum, 6:30 p.m. $35. …

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Return of a Classic: ‘Fiddler on the Roof’

“Fiddler on the Roof,” opening today at The Hippdrome, is a story of fathers and daughters, husbands and wives — and life, love and laughter. Need a plot refresher? Choreography associate Christopher Evans has one for you. “It’s about the main character of Tevye, who is the father of five …

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Weekend Plans: Nov. 8-11

Thursday Erase Hate through Art Chesapeake 2018 The fifth annual Erase Hate through Art exhibition will feature artworks exploring various themes associated with bullying and hate crimes as a means of prevention and raising awareness. Chesapeake Art Center, 7-10 p.m., free. chesapeakearts.org ‘Sweat’ This play, based in Reading, Pa., focuses …

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